Renaissance Rehab™

You heard me. “Renaissance Rehab™.” It’s my process I use for renaissance personalities who just found out that’s what they are and who have been struggling to create a life (and career) that fits their unique persona. Let me explain.. For starters: it’s about being ok with yourself. Very basic, but pivotal. Next, it’s about […]

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Did you have a positive role model as a renaissance personality when growing up?

If so: who was this and what was the effect on your life?

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I want to clear up some confusion I hear out there about what a renaissance personality really is.

How so, you ask? Well, I’ve been keeping my ear to the ground and I’ve been picking up some chatter I feel needs clarification – fast! Basically, I heard some interpretations of the renaissance personality concept that made me worry whether there are more folks walking around with the same thoughts. Here’s what I’m hearing.. […]

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Interview with Renaissance Woman Jessica Abegg

May 5, 2010 | Career,career change,dream life,Uncategorized | Written by: admin

Once in a while, you’ll run into a renaissance personality who’s been floating through life and loving it. Jessica Abegg is one of those enviable characters. She is the type of renaissance personality that loves to “collect experiences,” something that hits very close to home for me. Jessica says that someone who knows her once […]

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You: The Brand – Using Wardrobe & Image to Get the Job in a Hyper-Visual, Hyper-Competitive World.

This week’s guest blog is by Dena A. Lorenzi (@faithinfashion on twitter) who is blending job search and fashion advice in this great overview of how your personal – visual – image plays into your job transition success. A great read! You: The Brand – Using Wardrobe & Image to Get the Job in a […]

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Sharing My Personal “Near Gaffe/False Assumption Story” … Could This Be You?

March 31, 2010 | assumption,Career,career change,resume writing | Tags: , , | Written by: admin

The problem with limiting beliefs and false assumptions, of course, is that it’s pretty plausible you’re not aware of them. You think you are looking at facts. False Assumptions vs. Limiting Beliefs With the help of a coach or some insightful books, you can identify limiting beliefs. What tends to not be so easy is […]

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What Do You Do When You Hate To Network?

My networking series went AWOL for a little while, but it’s back with a vengeance! Here is part 5. Tom Dezell is back with another guest blog. Remember my piece from the other day about limiting beliefs? Tom addresses them from the perspective of networking. Important stuff, folks! Here goes.. WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN […]

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Are Limiting Beliefs Playing Tricks on You?

Every so often, the topic of “assumptions” pops up in my mind. You know, the whole mindset thing. The limiting beliefs demon. And whenever it does, it reminds me how powerful yet subtle it is. The sneaky thing is that you may not even be aware of the fact you’re holding limiting beliefs. Why does […]

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Is Organizing Your Many Passions Getting In the Way of Enjoying Them?

Ok, I can hear your hysterical laugh… I know; this might as well be a rhetorical question as I’ve yet to speak to a renaissance person who doesn’t find organization challenging. Or most people, come to think of it. When you have so many different interests pulling at you, it’s almost impossible not to have […]

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Uncover the Common Thread in Your Renaissance Life. (So you feel less "random" and others "get" you as well.)

Meet Maria Ross! Maria (no, not the same Maria from last week!) is a brand and marketing consultant with her own business (www.red-slice.com). But of course that’s not all. She is also an author and an actor. And an animal advocate. Maria is a fellow renaissance woman whom I met last year when I hired […]

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